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For someone with an FIDE rating of 2000+ and claiming to work on a chess computer with an ELO of 5000, this stinks of trolling.
I play since i was 9 years old from my dad and i like the game a lot i use to work around 3 hours in a day to improve my chess and get 2000+ uscf i read books a lot i like ruy lopez for white i have a lot of books about that opening but i was wondring that i can play some random opening i do play it in some otb tournys in nyc i got 7 points out of 9
see humans will never be like computers maybe1 time in every 300 years a guy like karpov or.... etc will be a genuis chess player with rating of 2700 megnus is 2900 but never he would get 5000 why ? caz it is really hard you say that i work with a computer with 5000 and my rating is only 2000? see even if im a 3000 player than i have 2000- so why houdini or ... this engines are 3000 they can beat you in less than 20 moves macchess is a engine with 2900 fide rating and we are a big team with 17 peps working around 8 hour in a day to improve macchess machine with 5000 rating and we are sure that machine will be out in 2014 im sure 1 day a machine with 10000 elo rating will be out and you can but it online or in shops i hope this works for you
but i also like to say thank you guys for 500 views and thanks for your really nice comments i really enjoy reading them thanks
The secret being that the computer is powered by run on sentences.
I invented an opening once. The Budweiser system. 1. f3 followed by Kf2 and Ke3.
So, the new opening is good, right?
Okay, I have been working on a new opening myself.
First you start off with 1. e4. Now try to figure out the next move.
I never behave in troll threads.
And my move literally has never been played at the highest levels but Fritz gives me almost a +1.
The easiest way to get your opening named after you is to die in some spectacular way, like driving off a cliff.
The only other way is to publish it once and disappear from the internet. You must not post anything anywhere for at least two years.
Be vewy, vewy quiet!
No offense but I don't think that you yourself have the power, ability, or recognition to make an opening well known. Acquire at least two of the above traits and you may have the chance.
But your opening itself is too passive and commits dark square complex weaknesses way too early.
1. Wear a top hat to tournaments.
2. Sacrifice a pawn in the opening.
3. Lose to Grandmasters with it.
4. Become immortal.
Well, it worked once, anyway.
... and you must say that you have "invinted" - that will carry some weight!
i beleive they are already being played
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